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Chikan is traditional embroidery style from Lucknow, India. It is believed to have been introduced by Mughal Emperor Jahangir’s wife, Noor Jehan.
Nandini’s Chikan embroidery is done with coloured cotton & silk threads. The fabrics which are carefully chosen are soft & light cottons and pure materials. These suits are hand embroidered to meet the recent trends & yet be pocket friendly.
Nandini’s Stitched lawns are stitched to fit an average Indian frame. Broad & Narrow Laces are sewed together to enhance the beauty of Chikankari on these suit pieces. There are margins inside for looser fits
|Dupatta Colour||Sea Green|
|Dupatta Discription||The net is fine & flowy. Not stiff. It has 2" broad lace on width & half inch broad silver lace on length of dupatta|
|Shirt Colour||Sea Green|
|Shirt Fabric||Cotton Voil|
|Shirt Width Embroidered||24"|
|Shirt Length Embroidered||50.5"|
|Shape of Neck||V|
|Shirt Discription||Shirt has broad lace of sea green. The slit has similar silver lace as to net dupatta.The shirt has lining front and back of voil The neck has work with silver sequence|
|Sleeve Width Embroidered||6.5"|
|Lower Embroidered Width on Pooncha||18"|
|Colour of Lower||Sea Green|
|Discription of Lower||Parallel has elastic at the backside on the waist & patti in front. The parallel also has silver patti at the base|
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